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80 Foots

80 Foots is the throwback Americana trio of Emmy Bean, T-Roy Martin, and Chris Schoen. The group recently released the first single, “Let’s Blow Up The Moon”, from their forthcoming debut LP, And That Will Be How It Will Be.

The LP is due out on December 21st, and you can help the band celebrate at The Hideout with Angela James.

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Francis Luke Accord "Honeyguide"

Francis Luke Accord has released the first single, “Honeyguide”, from their forthcoming EP, “Silver & Gold”, which is due out on January 25th.

This is folk-pop duo of Brian Powers and Nicholas Gunty, and on “Honeyguide” they are joined by Minneapolis’ Humbird.

You can catch Frances Luke Accord on Feb. 14th at Schubas.

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Lebarons - Folk-Rock Release Party 11.10 at Dakota

6 piece band from Toronto named after a legendary vehicle (perhaps once owned by Jon Voight). Lebarons blend together all different kinds of folk, alt-country and Americana into a very pleasant sound. They just released a brand new record “Summer of Death” which they describe as “the sound of highways in the night, and passing cars in the rain; these are the sounds the restless hears when everything else grows quiet.” That description perfectly fits the opening track “Long Highway”. Lebarons host their record release party on Saturday November 10th at the Dakota Tavern alongside The Old Salts and United Snakes. – Kris Gies





Folk/Country

Time: 
08:00
Band name: 
Tyler Ramsey
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/tylerramseymusic/
Venue name: 
Rockwood Music Hall
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Record of the Month: Eyes of Love

In August, Eyes of Love put out their highly anticipated debut LP, End of The Game. Helmed by Brooklyn songwriter Andrea Schiavelli, EoL is a true meeting of the minds that brings together some of the New York underground’s most innovative musicians including Lily Konigsberg (Palberta, Lily and Horn Horse), Sammy Weissberg (The Cradle, Sweet Baby Jesus), and Paco Cathcart (The Cradle, Shimmer). End of The Game is an expansive--and impressive--debut of 14 tracks ranging from breezy pop to lush orchestral arrangements. Schiavelli’s vocals find the ability to make any turn of phrase sound instantly classic and accessible, reminiscent of the Magnetic Fields. Be sure to give their excellent album a listen below, and catch the band live this friday when they'll be playing alongside Straw Pipes, Sieve, and Inspect Element in a show put on by WNYU radio. - Sara Nuta

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